Does Hedman 68213 fit your vehicle?
1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE
- Liter: 6.5
- SubModel: BASE
- Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
- Fitment Notes: Air Conditioning: 1970 or later only- A/C equipped vehicles require bracket 20110.(Large piston compressor).; Power Steering: Yes; Auto Transmission - Column: Yes; Auto Transmission - Floor: Yes; Manual Transmission - Column: No; Manual Transmission - Floor: Yes; Footnotes: (1) Without smog injection or injection heads.; Footnotes: (20) For factory heads. Verify aftermarket head compatibility before purchasing.; Footnotes: (9) Factory side exhaust cut and welding is required.; Footnotes: (208) Due to cylinder heads (aluminum) generation 6 engines, 502 BB Chevy may have clearance problems on some applications. Bottom of header flanges may hit head bolts. Notching may be necessary.; Emissions Notes: 1974 and earlier vehicles WITHOUT A.I.R.: Legal for use on '74-earlier vehicles without A.I.R.. Considered OEM replacement part, and do not require EO, when existing emission controls are not removed.
- CUI: 396
- Engine Type: V8 ( 6.5L / 396 )
- Engine Vin: -
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